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why should i go to cook islands?
persuade me; what good things are there? :)
- Richard WLv 59 years agoFavorite Answer
The cook is a netET of 15 islands in the heart of the South Pacific spread over an area the size of India with a population no bigger than a small New Zealand country town, 11,400 souls. These unique and friendly Polynesians have their own language and government and enjoy a vigorous and diverse culture with significant differences between each island. Despite some 100,000 visitors a year to the capital island – Rarotonga – the Cooks are largely unspoiled by tourism. They offer a rare opportunity for people from the cities of the world to experience a different type of vacation. There are no high-rise hotels and very little hype. Ideal for travellers seeking more than the usual clichés associated with the South Seas, each island has its unique qualities and offers the visitor a special experience.
There are exciting adventures that will tantalize your style of interest. Such as diving where you can see and feel the reefs itself. The adventure experience such as horseback riding or natural trails. There are sightseeing where there is a tour and show that includes dining, demonstrations of carving, costume making, dancing, songs and legends. For more adventureous type person, there is boating. In boating you will ride on a glass bottom boats, ou get to snorkel in spectacular marine reserve. You also get to BBQ lunch on islet. There is coconut and pareu tying shows. Finally, there is fishing. Not the originary fishing, the extreme fishing trips and cruises. Also, game fishing is welcome. If qualify, the fish you caught is for dinner that very night!
So, book the experience of the excitement!
- RondiLv 59 years ago
I have a close friend that spent time on Pago Pago.....it's in the same global region as the Cook Islands. His plan was to spend his remaining years on an island in the South Pacific. His tale is both fascinating and comical. His entire world changed once he switched flights in Hawaii. He had been all over the world (during his Navy years) but never secluded long term on an island with completely different cultural aspects. He never adjusted and is now back stateside.Source(s): You should go but be prepared for the unexpected. Peculiar travel suggestions are dance lessons from God.
- Anonymous9 years ago
Just how F#@KING STUPID ARE YOU? are you really so DUMB you don't know the COOK ISLANDS are in the SOUTH PACIFIC and this is the CARIBBEAN GROUP.. are you even smart enough to know the difference.
- BlitzLv 49 years ago
Decide for yourself.
If you are not that bothered, don't visit